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Manuscripts should be double-spaced, all pages should be numbered consecutively, with short titles and subtitles. Manuscripts should be roughly between 4000 and 7500 words. All manuscripts should be submitted in Word format. Manuscripts should not contain the name(s) of the author(s).
A separate Word file should contain the following information: (i) the title; (ii) the name(s) and institutional affiliation(s) of the author(s); (iii) the full mailing address of the corresponding author; (iv) an abstract of 200-250 words; (v) full contact details of authors; (vi) 3-6 keywords; (vii) 3-5 JEL codes; (vii) word count. Manuscripts below 4000 or above 7500 words may not be accepted for publication by the reviewers.
(1) Articles: on any of the research domains of the Journal.
(2) Book reviews: of recent publications in the field.
(3) Critical comments: responses to articles or book reviews previously published in the Journal.
(4) Bachelor, Master or PhD thesis summaries: of recent graduates in any area covered by the Journal.
Footnotes should follow the text at the bottom of the page and should be kept short, nor should they contain formulae or tables. Displayed formulae should be numbered consecutively throughout the manuscript as (1), (2), etc. against the right-hand margin of the page. Tables and figures should be attached on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript and their position indicated in the text.
References to publications should be as follows: »Van der Woodsen (2011, p. 17) claims that...« or »This problem has been tackled previously (Waldorf, 2007).«The author should make sure that there is a strict one-to-one correspondence between the names and years in the text and those on the list. The list of references should appear at the end of the text.
Books Gonza, T. 2016. A New Hope: Theory of the Firm Revisited. London: Goldman Press.
Reprinted books should include the year of the reprint and the original year of publication in [brackets].
Lucas, G. 2016 . The Empire Strikes Back: Neoclassical Theory of the Firm. New York: Imperial Press.
Articles Cumberbatch, B. 2008. Deduction as a method of investigating financial fraud. Victorian Journal of Political Economy, 12 (1), pp. 5-31.
- 12 is the volume and (1) is the issue number.
Book chapters Sraffa, P. 1999. Production of chapters by means of chapters. In The General Theory of Creative Thinking, ed. John Maynard Keynes. New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University Press, pp. 75-89.
- Be sure to include the page numbers for the entire chapter.
Working papers Marx, K. and Gaudí, A. 1967. Theory and aesthetics trapped between fundamental uncertainty, capital accumulation and crises: implications for praxis. NBER Working Paper No. 1492. National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA.
Websites Brin, S. and Page L. 2010. Monopoly capitalism and philantrophy: utility maximisation for billionaires. The Palo Alto Economics Society. http://webpage.madeup.com/example.htm (accessed July 14, 2016).
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